Brunswick Nature Park Update

Hello all! This is an update on the Brunswick Nature Park for everyone! Tonight we have some maps to show everyone that will give you all a good idea what the trails currently look like and what we are turning in for approval. Lets start with the current section shall we?


Current Trails at BNP

The above map shows approximately what the trails at the Brunswick Nature Park look like currently. The trail loop to in the green color on the top left of the map has not yet been made. While the trails on the right hand side (the beginner section) have recently been connected they are not quite fully complete. There is still a bit of touch up work to be done to level out a few places and shape up some berms that need to be adjusted. However, this should give everyone a basic idea of the trails that Cape Fear SORBA has built so far.

Next section of Brunswick Nature Park trail: still awaiting approval

This map is of the next section of trail that we hope to build that will be connected via the green trail that I mentioned on the first map. At about 2.4 miles this trail will be more advanced with obstacles like log rides, drops, wooden berms and the like. The approximate locations of the obstacles have been labeled on this map. The obstacles will all have go arounds so that you can avoid them if you feel like your skill level isn’t ready for them. This map is showing the trail as we have proposed and we are still waiting for the Coastal Land Trust to approve this section. This plan was recently turned into the Land Trust for their approval and we hope that we can begin construction of this section in the fall of this year. With some luck the construction will be under way when the IMBA Trail Care Crew visits Nov. 10th-13th.

Anyway, I hope that these maps are mouth watering enough to everyone to get you excited! Remember, the 2nd map is still pending approval but we will need help to build it! Get excited folks and help us build come fall! It’ll be worth it!


Austin Fenwick
VP Cape Fear SORBA